In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about the new proposal for React, what the basics of it are, why it’s being proposed, and some benefits and issues it brings up.Sentry - Sponsor
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- 00:13 Welcome
- 01:39 Sponsor: Sentry
- 02:41 Auth0
- 03:57 A bit more auth
- 05:24 New RFC
- RFC: First class support for promises and async/await
- 08:30 What are the basics of this proposal?
- 10:12 Scott gets a little Svelte-y
- 11:44 Why is this being proposed?
- 17:14 Infinite loop possibility
- 18:44 Why is Svelte API better in this use case?